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Double A had a question.......

Postby Texan » Mon Nov 08, 2004 10:12 am

.......that kinda got buried under the hairtalk, so I'm gonna repost it. Sorry, Double A. :oops:
Double A Ranch wrote:Sorry for allt he questions but this is all new to us; Right now wer'e rinsing twice a day morning and evnieng. Someone told us not to rinse if its colder than 50 degrees. wHAt timperature do you think is too cold?
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Postby certherfbeef » Mon Nov 08, 2004 11:25 am

Double A,
It has been in the mid 40's here for the better part of a week. I am working hair for Louisville. I rinse no matter the temp. But I use the blower and blow them almost dry. My Hereford's hair tends to curl. With the use of the blower and ALOT of brushing it can be fairly well trained. Good Luck to you.
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Postby txshowmom » Mon Nov 08, 2004 11:35 am

certherfbeef wrote:Double A,
It has been in the mid 40's here for the better part of a week. I am working hair for Louisville. I rinse no matter the temp. But I use the blower and blow them almost dry. My Hereford's hair tends to curl. With the use of the blower and ALOT of brushing it can be fairly well trained. Good Luck to you.


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Postby Double A Ranch » Tue Nov 09, 2004 11:58 am

I t looks liek we'll keep rinsing then. Thanks for the rsponses.
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